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  • CurlingFan
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    Team Strong has done well at the Provincial Scotties, however, cannot seem to play well at the National level.

    And what's with the excuse of their poor record in the Super League... We didn't go in this year to better our record, we went in to experiment with strategy and shots. More practice than competition Isn't the purpose to win and get stronger. Obviously, the practice isn't working if they are losing in Super League and on the women's world curling tour.

    They have been a good team, but it is time for a change. Team Nichols is the future of women's curling in NL!

    Go Team Nichols Go!

  • Paul
    July 02, 2010 - 13:27

    Looking at the list of teams here, I would have to say the team of the future of NL women's curling is that of Stacie Devereaux, Stephanie Guzzwell (third), Sarah Paul (second), Heather Martin (lead).

    They have a proven track record and while they might not make it this time around, expect them to be representing NL in the future.

  • CurlingFan
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    Team Strong has done well at the Provincial Scotties, however, cannot seem to play well at the National level.

    And what's with the excuse of their poor record in the Super League... We didn't go in this year to better our record, we went in to experiment with strategy and shots. More practice than competition Isn't the purpose to win and get stronger. Obviously, the practice isn't working if they are losing in Super League and on the women's world curling tour.

    They have been a good team, but it is time for a change. Team Nichols is the future of women's curling in NL!

    Go Team Nichols Go!

  • Paul
    July 01, 2010 - 20:15

    Looking at the list of teams here, I would have to say the team of the future of NL women's curling is that of Stacie Devereaux, Stephanie Guzzwell (third), Sarah Paul (second), Heather Martin (lead).

    They have a proven track record and while they might not make it this time around, expect them to be representing NL in the future.